This is another photo taken while cruising on Chamberlain Gorge at El Questro.
One of the highlights at El Questro for us was the Chamberlain Gorge boat cruise. The scenery is beautiful, and one gets to see and feed the spitting Archer as well as huge Barramaundi fishes, whilst enjoying a glass of sparkling.
The Australian boab tree (Adansonia gregorii) is related to the Madagascan and African Adansonia species known as baobabs. They are an amazingly common site in the Kimberley.
There are two theories about how boab trees arrived in Australia. One says the seeds have floated here from Africa and spread from the coast. The other theory suggests boabs might have survived from the time when Africa and Australia were both still part of one continent, the ancient Gondwana, 65 million years ago.